Time Hotel Melaka
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and found little India that was nice although looking into the open drainage system and seeing water covered with what I could imagine was food scraps congealed fat and who know what else all bubbling away was making me want to spew that burger up. Again we getting to hot so we hid away in the aircon for a while then went out the back and sat by the river people watching for an hour or so till it was time for dinner. We spotted a ...
... and continued our feast. The 3 of them are so passionate about food (like most Malaysians) that it was important to them for us to try it all. By the end of it, we were all stuffed! For the day Garyn and I combined to spend the equivalent of about $30 Canadian on food. Our guess is if we ate all of this in Canada, it would have been like spending $300!
Yesterday was much of the same. Our day went like this....meet up around ...
... my wallet. It was a challenge to find a coach service that wasn't $25, In fact, one company of the 10 or so there, also the last option left was $22 (if that isn't a sign). 8.30am last bus of the day and I scraped in with 3 minutes until departure. No sooner than I sat down had the door closed and we were off... Phew. Despite reading about many hassles of the Singapore-Malaysia border crossing, I found it quick and easy. In and out of Singapore departures took a whopping 10 minutes, ...
... very special about this place. We all, including Shane, slept like a log every night! Other guests also commented on this too. Special history in the beautiful 100yr old home ;)
The weather was very sticky and hot and the girls' did so well with all their walking in the heat through the busy streets with no footpaths.
Our first experience in Melaka was a great introduction to our South East Asia experience. ...
... a beautifully restored house where you can take a 1 hour tour to understand the culture and diversity of Malaysia. The guide was excellent and told us all about how the house and how it had been passed down through about 13 different generations, as all the old houses we have visited in Malaysia I could have moved in tomorrow!
Afterwards we stopped for coffee at a place on the river. Just as we ordering I saw a huge reptile head pop out of the water and ...